Bedroom 4Captain's bunk
Choose this gorgeous, colonial-style beach house just yards from the enchanting sheltered cove at Cwm yr Eglws for your next break. Sitting above the hamlet, in a tranquil location, enjoy the never-ending sea views across Cwm yr Eglws, encompassing the derelict St Brynach's Church on the sea front, the rest was washed away in an enormous storm. The far-reaching views stretch across the dramatic Pembrokeshire coastline to Fishguard Bay, Newport and beyond. Stroll to the sandy, sheltered beach in minutes, soak up the sea air, rolling surf and the sound of the sea, where the rock pools are waiting to be explored.
Recently refurbished, the stylish furnishings, calming pastel blue hues and warm vibe are perfect for an unforgettable coastal getaway.
The light and airy open plan design creates the perfect space for fun family and friends get togethers. Relax in the sitting-room, taking in the ocean views. On chillier days take glorious time out in the glow of the cosy wood-burner. Sink into the large sofas and watch a movie together or play board games around the large dining-table, which overlooks the sea. This is the perfect spot to enjoy unhurried dinners after a day of exploring and splashing in the surf. Star gaze in the clear moonlit sky on the decked area just off the sitting-room. This is the irresistible place for holiday breakfasts or peaceful time out with a good book. The well-equipped kitchen has it all for tasty holiday meals or why not treat everyone to the many excellent eateries in the area. For fish and chips choose the Old Sailors Inn, almost on the beach at Pwllgwaelod. For the freshest local produce visit the farmers markets and farm shops in the area. Delicious milkshakes and fresh farm milk can be bought just up the road. Look out for the strawberry cow.
The well-appointed bedrooms offer comfortable beds and quality linens for the perfect night's sleep. Tastefully furnished, there are two double rooms with king-size beds, a sweet twin room and a fourth room with a cabin bed (for children up to the age of 14 years old only), which are all close to the family bathroom and separate shower-room. As well as the decked area to the rear of the cottage, there is a large paved area to the front with garden furniture. A sun-trap for sun lovers.
There's lots to do beyond this magical hamlet if you can pull yourself away. For walkers the majestic Pembrokeshire Coast Path can be accessed. From the cottage walk around Dinas Head, which has been voted the AA's Walk of the Year, or through pretty woodland behind the headland, magical Pwllgwaelod is just half a mile away. There's the stunning Parrog Beach at Newport. For dinner try Llys Meddyg or a delicious lunch at Blas at Fronlas. Just up the road is the historical town of Fishguard in the opposite direction. Near there, children love Goodwick beach and the park or even catch the ferry for a day trip to Ireland. For rainy days, Fishguard has a cinema, Theatre Gwaun. Look out too, for the international Music Festivals. The Abergwaun comes highly recommended for dinner or the Old Oak for good pub food. A little further away, St Davids and its magnificent cathedral are well worth a visit. For family days try the Iron Age fort at Castell Henllys, the Shire Horse Farm or a memorable boat trip to spot the local sea life, including dolphins, especially from New Quay or St Davids. For beach days or bracing walks depending on the season, there are lots to choose from in the area. Whitesands and Newgale are popular with both surfers and families alike. You may like to try coasteering in the area.
For local shopping there is a well-stocked shop in the garage at Dinas Cross, which also sells logs. For larger supermarkets, Fishguard has a Co-op and CK supermarket.
Penmorfa offers the perfect getaway for a coastal break. An appealing cottage nestling in a spellbinding position, just yards from the idyllic sandy cove. It's a boaters', kayakers', swimmers', canoeists', walkers' and beach lovers' paradise. The dog will have fun here too. Throughout all seasons this dreamy corner of Pembrokeshire promises a perfect getaway.
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 4 with cabin bed (2'6'' suitable for children up to 14 years old)
Shower-room with shower, WC, wash-basin and washing machine/drier
Please note, the last 50 yards of the 100 yard walk from the car park to the property is steep and not accessible by car, however it is worth it for the views and tranquil location.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Allocated parking for 1 car in car park (100 yds distant)
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full electric CH
Just a few minute's stroll to the enchanting, sheltered, sandy cove at Cwm yr Eglws. Take in the captivating scenery of the surrounding area from gorgeous Penmorfa.
A cosy corner of the spacious open plan living area. Ideal for a holiday throughout the year.
Spacious open plan design with gorgeous woodland and sea views.
Flooded with natural light and panoramic views, the sitting room is a joy.
Stylish Penmorfa has so much to offer for the perfect coastal holiday. Pack a picnic and choose one of the many gorgeous beaches in the magnificent surrounding area.
The enchanting bay of Pwll Gwaelod is very nearby. Do try the fish and chips in the Old Sailors Inn, right on the beach.
Relax and enjoy...
Penmorfa is perfect for family and friends spending time together, near the sea.
All the holiday chef needs in the well-equipped kitchen.
There are two well appointed double rooms with king-size beds, a twin room and cabin bed.
Attractive family bathroom with overhead shower.
One of two doubles with king-size beds.
Relax in a hot bath after a beach day.
Sweet twin room.
Calming blue hues in the twin room.
Gaze out across the pretty sea view from the sitting-room, garden and the two double rooms.
Enjoy the lovely beach and sea views from the spacious front terrace.
Penmorfa is the perfect getaway for peaceful time out.
Children will love the cabin room.
Enjoy a good night's sleep after a day in the sea air.
Time for some pampering with the complimentary natural Bramley products, made with finest essential oils, 100% botanics and vegan friendly.
The perfect spot for al fresco dining.
Perfect for stargazing on a clear summer's night or relaxing with a pot of tea and a good book.
Sunset at picturesque Pwllgwaelod beach.
Magnificent St Davids Cathedral is well worth a visit.
So many beautiful beaches to explore... discover Aberdraw, near Trefin.
There's something for everybody in the area. Boat trips, kayaking, paddleboarding, walking, cycling and family days out. Surfers will love Newgale and Whitesands near St Davids.
Walkers will discover many sandy beaches and craggy coves exploring the coastal path, including Nolton Haven.
Pembroke Castle, one of Pembrokeshire's finest.
Follow the dramatic coast line to Strumble Head.
Enchanting Whitesands near St. Davids.